Jordan is an excellent leader and exactly what our great state needs. His work ethic is unmatched. He serves those in the Utah House with thoughtfulness, compassion, and intelligence. He brings people together and ensures that the southwest valley is powerfully represented in each legislative session. “

REPRESENTATIVE KERA BIRKELAND

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Jordan grew up in South Jordan. He attended Welby Elementary, Elk Ridge Middle School, and Bingham and Riverton High Schools. He graduated with honors from Brigham Young University in Political Science and Philosophy and later received his Juris Doctor from the J. Reuben Clark Law School at BYU. He has experience working on international legal reform all around the world. He currently works on managing and negotiating complex legal agreements for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Jordan was elected to the Utah Legislature in 2020. He has championed and passed a number of significant pieces of legislation on topics such as higher education free speech, election reform, criminal justice reform, and digital innovation to name a few. He was appointed to House Leadership and chairs a number of important committees.

Jordan is the oldest of eight children. He and his wife, Aliona, have three kids who are busy with soccer, basketball, and gymnastics. The Teuscher’s love to travel, work together in the yard, and attend sporting events.

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I had the pleasure of spending the day at the Salt Lake County Republican Convention, where I served as both the parliamentarian and a county delegate. It was truly enriching to engage with so many dedicated delegates from District 44 and to vet and vote for some outstanding candidates. Kudos to Party Chair Chris Null, Convention Chair Jake Hunsaker, the county party leadership team, and the hundreds of volunteers who made the day a tremendous success! The caucus-convention system is a remarkable process to be part of.

A heartfelt thank you to all the courageous candidates who stepped forward to run for public office—it’s not easy to stick your neck out. Sincere congratulations to all the winners—it has been wonderful getting to know you through this process, and I am eager to support these outstanding candidates as they move forward to the primaries and the general election.

I am also deeply honored to have been nominated by acclamation at the convention as the party's nominee for House District 44. Thank you all for your trust and support! I look forward to continuing to represent you and our values in the general election.
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I had the pleasure of spending the day at the Salt Lake County Republican Convention, where I served as both the parliamentarian and a county delegate. It was truly enriching to engage with so many dedicated delegates from District 44 and to vet and vote for some outstanding candidates. Kudos to Party Chair Chris Null, Convention Chair Jake Hunsaker, the county party leadership team, and the hundreds of volunteers who made the day a tremendous success!  The caucus-convention system is a remarkable process to be part of.

A heartfelt thank you to all the courageous candidates who stepped forward to run for public office—it’s not easy to stick your neck out. Sincere congratulations to all the winners—it has been wonderful getting to know you through this process, and I am eager to support these outstanding candidates as they move forward to the primaries and the general election.

I am also deeply honored to have been nominated by acclamation at the convention as the partys nominee for House District 44. Thank you all for your trust and support! I look forward to continuing to represent you and our values in the general election.Image attachment

I'm happy to report that I have been recognized as one of the Libertas Institute's Defenders of Liberty. I actually received the HIGHEST score in the Utah House of Representatives on their 2024 Libertas Index. This recognition underscores my commitment to championing freedom, individual rights, and limited government in our beautiful state.

I am grateful to the Libertas Institute for this honor and to each one of you for your support and faith in me. Let's continue to fight for the principles of liberty and freedom that make Utah great.

#LibertasInstitute #DefendersOfLiberty #UtahHouseOfRepresentatives #Freedom #Liberty #Utah
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Im happy to report that I have been recognized as one of the Libertas Institutes Defenders of Liberty. I actually received the HIGHEST score in the Utah House of Representatives on their 2024 Libertas Index. This recognition underscores my commitment to championing freedom, individual rights, and limited government in our beautiful state.

I am grateful to the Libertas Institute for this honor and to each one of you for your support and faith in me. Lets continue to fight for the principles of liberty and freedom that make Utah great.

#LibertasInstitute #DefendersOfLiberty #UtahHouseOfRepresentatives #Freedom #Liberty #Utah

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Keep up the great work! We appreciate you

3 weeks ago

Today marked the first meeting of the Transit Fresh Look Initiative—a groundbreaking partnership between leaders from Southwest Salt Lake County, Northwest Utah County, UDOT, UTA, MAG, and WFRC. This Initiative is a pivotal step toward ensuring we have a transit system that truly meets the evolving needs of our communities.

Our discussions recognized a critical truth: many of our current transit plans are based on outdated projections. They haven't fully considered the recent, significant population growth in the southwest part of the valley or the developments at The Point, Mountain View Village, and the new Bees Baseball Stadium. These changes are reshaping our community and its needs.

A personal goal of mine within this initiative is to spotlight the urgent need for the expansion of the TRAX Red Line to The Point. We have invested too much in this resource to have it cul-de-sac in Daybreak. We need it to connect the rest of the southwest valley together and allow for a south end connection to Frontrunner.

The Transit Fresh Look initiative is committed to major regional transit improvements that address our unique challenges and opportunities. Together, we're laying the groundwork for a transit future that is both visionary and achievable.

#TransitFreshLook #UtahTransit #FutureReadyUtah
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Today marked the first meeting of the Transit Fresh Look Initiative—a groundbreaking partnership between leaders from Southwest Salt Lake County, Northwest Utah County, UDOT, UTA, MAG, and WFRC. This Initiative is a pivotal step toward ensuring we have a transit system that truly meets the evolving needs of our communities. 

Our discussions recognized a critical truth: many of our current transit plans are based on outdated projections. They havent fully considered the recent, significant population growth in the southwest part of the valley or the developments at The Point, Mountain View Village, and the new Bees Baseball Stadium. These changes are reshaping our community and its needs.

A personal goal of mine within this initiative is to spotlight the urgent need for the expansion of the TRAX Red Line to The Point. We have invested too much in this resource to have it cul-de-sac in Daybreak. We need it to connect the rest of the southwest valley together and allow for a south end connection to Frontrunner. 

The Transit Fresh Look initiative is committed to major regional transit improvements that address our unique challenges and opportunities. Together, were laying the groundwork for a transit future that is both visionary and achievable.

#TransitFreshLook #UtahTransit #FutureReadyUtahImage attachmentImage attachment

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While trains are great for part of the community, you should be discussing roads and an East/West highway or freeway in the southern end of the valley...that has been Salt Lake county's issue for over 2 decades. And no trax increase is going to fix that, but instead cater to folks who need to go North verses East/West in the southern end of the valley

Having Trax in Daybreak has been such a benefit to the community. Extending it would be a great improvement and benefit to additional areas.

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3 weeks ago

This morning, I had the incredible opportunity to engage with the bright, passionate students in the Child and Family Advocacy Program at BYU-Idaho. We dove into the intricacies of the legislative process and explored effective strategies for advocating for families at various government levels. A heartfelt thank you to United Families International for organizing this meaningful event and for the honor of inviting me to share my experiences and perspective. ... See MoreSee Less

This morning, I had the incredible opportunity to engage with the bright, passionate students in the Child and Family Advocacy Program at BYU-Idaho. We dove into the intricacies of the legislative process and explored effective strategies for advocating for families at various government levels. A heartfelt thank you to United Families International for organizing this meaningful event and for the honor of inviting me to share my experiences and perspective.Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment
3 weeks ago

Thank you to the West Jordan City Council and Mayor Burton for their kind recognition of the "outstanding service and dedication" of the legislators who represent portions of West Jordan during the 2024 legislative session at their City Council meeting yesterday. I appreciate the chance to represent parts of West Jordan and help advance the needs of our community at the state level! ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to the West Jordan City Council and Mayor Burton for their kind recognition of the outstanding service and dedication of the legislators who represent portions of West Jordan during the 2024 legislative session at their City Council meeting yesterday. I appreciate the chance to represent parts of West Jordan and help advance the needs of our community at the state level!Image attachmentImage attachment
1 month ago

Yesterday at the Capitol, I had the joy of hosting 5th graders for a mock legislative session, and what a day it was! After a spirited debate balancing health concerns against their love for pizza, HB5 'Eliminate Pizza From School Lunches' was defeated 18-33. Meanwhile, HJR3 'Resolution Honoring the Utah Jazz,' which started as a simple tribute, was amended to REQUIRE schools to broadcast all Utah Jazz games in K-12 classrooms statewide — complete with popcorn and soda, of course — and passed 43-8. 🙌

These imaginative bills and others were part of an unforgettable experience where these young minds showed us their clever and thoughtful approaches to problem-solving. It was a blast to see them tackle issues with such enthusiasm and insight. Can't wait to see what the future holds for these budding legislators! #TakeNote
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Yesterday at the Capitol, I had the joy of hosting 5th graders for a mock legislative session, and what a day it was! After a spirited debate balancing health concerns against their love for pizza, HB5 Eliminate Pizza From School Lunches was defeated 18-33. Meanwhile, HJR3 Resolution Honoring the Utah Jazz, which started as a simple tribute, was amended to REQUIRE schools to broadcast all Utah Jazz games in K-12 classrooms statewide — complete with popcorn and soda, of course — and passed 43-8. 🙌

These imaginative bills and others were part of an unforgettable experience where these young minds showed us their clever and thoughtful approaches to problem-solving. It was a blast to see them tackle issues with such enthusiasm and insight. Cant wait to see what the future holds for these budding legislators! #TakeNoteImage attachmentImage attachment+3Image attachment
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